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Business Torts as Little FTC Act Claims: Does it Really Make a Difference?

Date

3.1.2013

Time

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Host

American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law

Location

Teleconference

Event Information

Wiggin and Dana Partner, Robert Langer, will be a panelist at the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law's upcoming program, Business Torts as Little FTC Act Claims: Does it Really Make a Difference? Little FTC Acts are often used to allege both common law and statutory business torts as either unfair practices or unfair methods of competition, particularly in those states that permit businesses to have standing to pursue such claims. This program will address the relationship between the sometimes differing substantive standards and distinct burdens of proof when alleging or defending a business tort claim brought under a Little FTC Act.

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